There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
Tuesday, news broke that Suicide Squad director David Ayer will stay in the DC film universe with an all-female film called Gotham City Sirens, which will star Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. But buried beneath that news is the potential of two other films based on this summer’s DC team up.
Suicide Squad itself might be a bit of a tonal mess, but one thing is certain—it brought a lot of weird and wonderful comics characters to life. Want to read more about about the squad now that they’ve made their mark on the DCEU? These are the comics you should pick up.
Deadshot is one of the coolest DC Comics characters of all time — a troubled loner who never misses with his trusty firearm, but never knows whom he can trust. The previews for last night's episode of Arrow made Deadshot look like the main attraction — but he's barely in the episode. We do get a chance to see the…
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek of next week's issue of Suicide Squad. In this six-page preview, Harley Quinn learns the "truth" about the object of her affections. Also, El Diablo mixes mouth-to-mouth resuscitation with fire-breathing. Dangerous!
The latest episode of Smallville, "Shield," maintained the rapid pace of the season premiere by introducing a slew of "Smallvillized" DC characters like Deadshot and Cat Grant. Also, Clark ditches the trenchcoat for a snazzy new jacket.
Click to viewWhen it comes to discussion about what should happen in the follow-up to The Dark Knight, all of the (so far entirely baseless) rumors seem to be centering around all the old familiar characters: Catwoman? The Penguin? The Riddler? Come on, people. Batman's been around for almost 70 years, can't he deal…